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DNA Meets Anthropology (Fall 2017)

Introduction to the many uses of genetics in anthropology (modern human origins, migrations, domestication, primate conservation, primate genetics, forensics). Includes hands-on lab portion where students will extract DNA from archeological remains.

ANTHROP 2D03

DNA Meets Anthropology (Fall 2017)

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes

Introduction to the many uses of genetics in anthropology (modern human origins, migrations, domestication, primate conservation, primate genetics, forensics). Includes hands-on lab portion where students will extract DNA from archeological remains.


Jennifer Klunk

Prerequisite(s): Three units of Level I Anthropology, registration in Level II or above in any program, and credit or registration in WHMIS 1A00. This requirement must be completed prior to the first lab. There will be a supplementary fee for supplies used in labs.